Time to Regroup
We had been worshipping online, for the most part, for over a year now. For most people, it had been a challenging experience and at the same time, it opens us new opportunities for communities like ours. We learned new ways of doing things. We learned what is essential and what is not. We also took care of the necessary things while everyone was away such as some badly needed renovations of the Sanctuary and more.
Now we are ready for you to return. Please join us for worship in person on Easter Sunday. Of course, we will keep our distance, mask, and cleaning procedures as before. But especially if you are already vaccinated and want to be part of a worshipping community in person, why not start on Easter Sunday? I am sure we have enough seating for all who might be here for Easter Sunday. If we do not, we will have overflow seating in the parish hall.
One more thing. Holy Week is not necessarily because one week is holier than the other weeks of the year. I am sure I don't need to tell you that. We are dedicating one week to remind ourselves that every day of our lives is holy and sacred. Every moment is holy and dedicated to the Lord. Whether we realize it or not, we are always living in the sacred moment. The more we bring that awareness into our minds, the easier it gets to live through the hardest moments of life. So, I like to invite you to participate in the Holy Week Celebrations on zoom and in-person and renew your mind, body, and spirit.